seek a Special Events Assistant who will assist in event planning and
implementation in approximately four fundraisers and fifteen donor cultivation
events, as well as providing general administrative support for the Special
Events department. Gift entry for all fundraising events, which includes:
Tessitura posting form, Special Events module database entry, source codes and
promotions, and drafting donor acknowledgement and confirmation emails. Prepare
invoices, tax deductible acknowledgements and receipts, and post-event
analysis. Preparation and implementation of gala solicitations; Assist
with special event logistics; Research leadership and sponsorship prospects,
nonprofit board research, and in-kind potential donors.
degree. 1 – 2 years experience in office support role/events/non-profit
organization preferred. Strong computer and database skills
including mail merges in Microsoft Word and proficiently in Microsoft
Excel. Knowledge of Tessitura a plus, in addition to Lexis Nexis.
Ability to multi-task efficiently, prioritizes workload, and be
detailed-oriented in a fast-paced work environment. Great writing skills
and experience in phone solicitations. Evening and weekend hour flexibility.
When submitting your resume, please include a cover letter indicating the specific department or position in which you are interested.
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